Lisa is an NCCPA-certified Physician Assistant who brings advanced training and an innate, artistic eye to her work in Aesthetic Medicine and Wellness to provide you with all Fillers, Botox, Dysport, and Kybella.
Lisa graduated from Temple University’s Tyler School of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and began her career as a make-up artist. However, she soon transitioned to a career in medical sciences after seeing first-hand the scope of the medical field from both the patient’s and caregiver’s perspective. She obtained a Radiologic Technologist certification from Crozer Chester Medical Center and went on to graduate from Thomas Jefferson’s Physician Assistant program.
When she discovered the specialty of Aesthetic Medicine she realized that it was the perfect balance of creativity and science that she had been seeking. Her experience as a makeup artist and sculptor allows her to assess and enhance the unique beauty in each patient. She is dedicated to respecting her patient’s individual anatomy to achieve undetectable, natural looking results.
She is a clinical educator, training other providers Essential and Advanced Injection techniques and Microneedling with Plasma Rich Platelets (PRP). She is licensed to practice medicine in Pennsylvania by both the Medical and Osteopathic Boards, and attends frequent trainings to stay current on the latest aesthetic techniques.
Shannon O’Brien, Medical Aesthetician
Shannon O’Brien is a licensed medical esthetician with over 17 years of experience. She earned her esthetic license at Venus Beauty School in 2000 while simultaneously earning her BA in Early Childhood Education.
Prior to joining Dermacenter, Shannon worked as an Esthetician at several different medical spas, laser studios, and salons. Over the years, she has perfected performing laser treatments, microdermabrasions, chemical peels, VelaShape cellulite therapy, and more – for all skin types!
Shannon takes immense pride in her work and her clients, keeping in touch with them before and after treatments to discuss improvements, concerns, home care regimens, and overall well-being.